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mysql_admin shutdown is broken
Authored by: thinkyhead on Apr 20, '01 03:08:06PM
As many users have discovered you can't get the mysql daemon to quit using mysqladmin shutdown. This is a bug that exists for all BSD Unices, and not just MacOS X. Some have suggested it is because the signals that are generated by mysqladmin shutdown are blocked in some way. There are a whole bunch of threads about it all over the net, as a search on Google for terms like "mysql admin shutdown kill can't" will attest.

If anyone finds some solution I'd love to hear about it. For now it looks as if the only SAFE way to shut it down is to turn off the automatic startup of mysql and restart the computer.

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